Next week will be the beginning of the fall season and while the traditional fall TV schedule will be a little different due to the coronavirus pandemic slowing down production.
The good news is that there is still plenty to watch for this weekend and throughout next week.
- “Now We’re Talking” (Season 1): We have not recommended too many web TV shows, but this is one that could be pretty good and the entire first season is available to stream for free via The CW SEED streaming service.
- “Staged”: If you want to have an understanding of what COVID-19 has been like for play-actors, this new David Tennant TV series could be just what you are looking for. The entire first season can be streamed on Hulu.
- “The Critic”: The first two seasons of this classic 1990s animated TV series can be streamed for free through Crackle.
- “Follow Me to Daisy Hills”: If you are looking to watch some movies that are fall-related this weekend, this is one of them. It will premiere at 9 p.m. ET on Saturday, September 18, on Hallmark Channel. The cheapest way to stream Hallmark Channel live will be through Frndly TV.
- “Like Sunday, Like Rain”: This is another good movie to watch during the fall and is an indie film. You can stream it on Prime Video.
- “Big Hero 6”: It’s not a Pixar movie, but was a successful box office hit for Disney in 2014. It even got its own TV series on Disney XD. Both the movie and the TV series can be streamed on Disney+.
- #17 Miami vs. #18 Louisville (College Football): This could be a great matchup for an early season conference game in this year’s college football season. The best part? The game will have a national audience. The game will be played at 7:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, September 18, on ABC.
- Vikings vs. Colts (NFL): While this is a regional coverage game and both teams are 0-1 on the season, it is a matchup that has been historically pretty good over the years (I even went to the 2008 matchup when I was a kid). The game will be played at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday, September 20, on FOX.
- Bass Pro Shops Night Race (NASCAR Cup Series): If you’re up for some Saturday night racing, NASCAR will be able to help you with that this weekend. It will be raced at 7:30 p.m. ET on Saturday, September 19, on NBCSN.